ACHIEVE

ACHIEVE Addressing the Research Capacity Gap in Global Child, Adolescent & Family Health Disparities Utilizing Implementation and Data Sciences among Vulnerable Populations in Resource-limited Settings (ACHIEVE)ACHIEVE is a research training…

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Development of a Community Mental Health Education and Detection tool for adolescents: CMED-A in Umhlatuze in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

S-MhINT: Southern African Research Consortium for Mental health INTegration LEAD: Prof. Inge Petersen TIMELINE: July 2017 - June 2022 UKZN BUDGET: $ 2,955,603 (Approx. R39 900 640) FUNDER: National Institutes…

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ENHANCE: Development and evaluation of a targeted, integrated, coherent and people-centred approach to the management of multimorbidity in South African primary healthcare

ENHANCE: Development and evaluation of a targeted, integrated, coherent and people-centred approach to the management of multimorbidity in South African primary healthcare LEAD: Prof Inge Petersen; Prof Andre Van Rensburg…

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Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration on Pregnancy Among Adolescents Aged 10-14 and 15-19 Years and the Intergenerational Cycle of Teenage Motherhood in KwaZulu Natal

S-MhINT: Southern African Research Consortium for Mental health INTegration LEAD: Prof. Inge Petersen TIMELINE: July 2017 - June 2022 UKZN BUDGET: $ 2,955,603 (Approx. R39 900 640) FUNDER: National Institutes…

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The Primary Health Transformation Committee – A Health System learning Collaborative Towards health system strengthening and improvement-KwaZulu-Natal

S-MhINT: Southern African Research Consortium for Mental health INTegration LEAD: Prof. Inge Petersen TIMELINE: July 2017 - June 2022 UKZN BUDGET: $ 2,955,603 (Approx. R39 900 640) FUNDER: National Institutes…

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